• Destination:
  • Duration: 7 days
  • Price: INR 30,000

BEST TIME TO VISIT: Between October and March

Before planning to actually visit the place, it would be wise if you know the best time to visit the place. It’s better to pass up the monsoon months of June to September, as during these months Mumbai turns into an overflowing furrow. Wherein October to March months are considered to be the best time, as atmosphere throughout these months are pleasant and are less humid.

However, if you can tolerate a bit of humidity, then for once do visit the city in the month of August or early September. For these months’ celebrations of the biggest festival of Mumbai, Ganesh Chaturthi happens, a ten day mega fest, to honour the elephant-headed Lord Ganesha.


By Air

Mumbai’s international terminal is Chatrapati Sivaji International Airport. Mumbai is reachable through several flights connecting various other cities and is operated 24 x 7.

By Rail

The head office of both Western and Central Railways lie in Mumbai. The city is linked particularly via railways. Railways are said to be the lifeline of Mumbai. Super-fast trains, passenger trains connect the city with all important cities like Delhi, Calcutta, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore.

By Road

Mumbai is flawlessly linked by a road set of connections to the rest of India. Interstate roadways buses and private operators run comfort luxury coach buses. The roads of this city connect to all big and small towns and tourist centres in the state of Maharashtra.

The Mumbai was formerly known as Bombay, is the capital city of the Indian state of Maharashtra. Though the name has been changed and it’s been years, but still, most of the people around the world called it ‘Bombay’. The city has a sketchy metropolitan populace of 21 million (2005), making it one of the world’s most heavily populated city.

The dream city has many things in its store from Haji Ali to Siddhivinayak, from local trains to everybody’s favorite Vada Pav and Paani poori, Mumbai Matka, Mumbai University, Mumbai Weather From Lata  Mangeshkar to the cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar, from the Bachchans to the Khans of Bollywood, it is all about  ‘Aamchi Mumbai’. The life in Mumbai glides even with all its variety. The hours of darkness remains young from DJ jamming sessions and pubs visit ek challis ki last local train. People enjoy the typical ‘tapori’ style of Mumbai Nagri.

Dreams come up true here, and many dreams may blow apart here, but life doesn’t go off the tracks, people still keeps the dreams; and move on and on chasing their dreams till they achieve it.

Besides fun, Mumbai is the financial and commercial capital of India. It is also one of the world’s top ten centres of business in terms of global monetary flow. The capital addresses some significant financial body such as the Reserve Bank of India, the Bombay Stock Exchange, the National Stock Exchange of India, the SEBI and the corporate headquarters of numerous Indian and multinational corporations.


The official language of this stunning city is Marathi, which happens to be the mother-tongue of local Maharashtrians. Other languages spoken in Mumbai are Hindi, English, and Urdu.

People there commonly use the Marathi Language to interact with people. However, you can find people in shopping malls and other major tourist destinations communicating in English and Hindi. Mumbai is a multi-lingual city and entertains everyone who cares to step on its soil.


Mumbai has three main seasons — summer, Monsoon, and winter (milder summer). The best time to visit is during the winter between November and February.


Things To Do


Beaches in Mumbai

The speedy and demanding life of Mumbai, the city that never naps, houses some incredible beaches. The Arabian Sea, the scene of the horizon, watching the glorious sunset and the sunrise, the white sands, all these makes the beaches certainly a fantastic sight and even more magical.

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Nightlife in Mumbai

The nightlife in Mumbai offers the party goers with some best entertainment and a good run for their money. From cut-price drinking to restricted dance clubs and stylish bars—the city has it all for party-animals. Apart from your budget, your feel for DJ music, or your clothing sense, Mumbai is crammed with limitless options to keep you on your toes. The city by no means sleeps and will make sure that you don’t either. Mumbai is a huge city bound with a big amount of party goers looking to go crazy and dance the night away.

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